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and religion on cnn's belief blog. >>> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky will be in court for a preliminary hearing. he faces more than 50 charges of child sex abuse. sandusky posted a $250,000 bond and is now under house arrest. last week he was arrested a second time following new allegations by two more reported victims. cnn national correspondent susan candiotti has been following the developments and joining us now from new york. what's to be expected this week in court? >> well, there's a preliminary hearing coming up on tuesday, fred, and it's difficult to say how many victim could be testifying but it could be everyone that has been identified by the grand jury, at least six, along with other witnesses. at this preliminary hearing we'll get a brief preview of the prosecutor's case. they must convince a judge there's enough evidence against jerry sandusky to go to trial. now legally it's usually not a difficult thing to do at this stage. among those testifying will be alleged victim number 1. sandusky is charged with performing oral sex on the boy in his early teens
state child sex abuse case. two days away from former assistant football coach jerry sandusky facing his accusers in court and we're learning a key witness, mike mcqueary, is changing his story again. sarah gannon has been following the sandusky case against the aga beginning. how is he changing the story? >> this is the first account we have come up. the first witness account of what mcqueary saw in 2002, that night many march when he stumbled upon something in the penn state locker room late at night. but how this differs from what we read in the grand jury report and what is in mike mcqueary's handwritten police statement is that he told this man, this doctor who was at his father's house, where he went seeking advice after he stumbled upon this incident, he told his doctor he didn't see anything, that he only heard some sexual acts and that a young boy peered around the corner of the shower stall and was grabbed by a man's waist, pulled back behind out of view, and then a few minutes later, he saw jerry sandusky leaving a towel. none of that is ever mentioned in the grand jury summar
penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky will face some of his accusers for the first time in court on tuesday. jay gray joins us with a preview. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jenna. you talk about an exfootball coach, jerry sandusky. his attorney tell itting me he's taking an active role in game planning for his first hearing on tuesday for a difficult and very pivotal week for the former nittany lion defensive coordinator. mr. sandusky, any comments? strapped with an electronic monitoring band, he appears for his first day in court, on at least 50 charges in the child sexual assault case. >> this will be a one-sided proceeding, a proceeding where the commonwealth will call witnesses who are going to say all of these horrific things happen. >> this is the first time sandusky has seen some of his accusers face to face since their horrific allegations of abuse went public. >> he's looking forward to it in a sense to see what these young men say in a court of law, under oath. while we're there with the ability to cross-examine them. >> reporter: sandusky repeatedly s
lakes. now here's jenna. >> janice, thanks. >>> former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky will face some of his accusers for the first time in court on tuesday. jay gray joins us from penn state with a preview. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jenna. yeah. as you talk about the next football coach says jerry sandusky, his attorney telling me that he is taking an active role in game planning for his first hearing on tuesday in what is sure to be a difficult and very pivotal week for the former nittany lion defensive coordinator. >> any comments? >> reporter: strapped with an electronic monitoring babd, confined by a judge to the home he has put up as part of his bail, jerry sandusky now prepares for his first day in court on at least 50 charges in this child sexual assault case. >> this is going to be a one-sided proceeding. this is going to be a proceeding where the commonwealth is going to call witnesses who are going to say all these horic things happened. >> reporter: the preliminary hearing tuesday will be the first time sandusky has seen some of his acc
against jerry sandusky may have changed his story. a grand jury was reportedly told he witnessed eight young boys actually assaulted in 2002 but a different version of the events was told a family member shortly after the alleged incident, saying he did not personally witnessed the assault. the former penn state coach, at joe paterno, hospitalized after falling at his home. doctors say he fractured his pelvis for a second time but will not need surgery. initially broke his pelvis when a player ran into them during a practice in august. he is also going under -- undergoing treated for lung cancer. he will turn 85 years old later this month. >>> still to come, it was mitt vs newt last night. did one of them commit a gaffe? >>> the falloff from the debate continues to reverberate -- newt gingrich was definitely the main topic as the republicans debated in iowa. he was prepared to defend himself and did but also went on the attack from the start. >> there have been so many ups and downs in this race, i'm getting whiplashed. >> another republican debate, another surprise. at the
leading to more charges. former football coach jerry sandusky was rearrested and jailed on new sex abuse charges brought by two accusers and sandusky is now out on bail. he had a kind of a weird interview with the new york times in which he talked about his case. after that, and after the bob costas interview on nbc, i'm wondering should he just shut up? is he doing himself any favors by making these media appearances? >> oh, he's really not convincing anyone he's innocent, the strangest interviews. >> not only shut up, no one should give him-- >> he seems happy enough to say, look, i'm kind of guilty, on tv when you listen to him talk. am i attracted to boys, oh, well-- >> if that's not half a confession, what is it? >> unlike former governor corzine, this is a situation the man should listen to his lawyers and shut up, don't speak, don't speak. >> there are jurors who are going to have to hear this case after all. >> i'm telling you, i'm not rooting for him to succeed in beating the rap. >> i'm perfectly happy with a horrible media strategy and anything else. >> when we come back from
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> the lawyer defending retired penn state coach jerry sandusky not flinching away from public opinion. the state college lawyer has let his client confront the charges as the national spotlight descends on happy valley, which legal experts say is risky. he is telling the associated press he has a well thought out strategy. it presents an opportunity -- sandusky will be meeting with lawyers from the weekend. tuesday will mark the first time since the allegations were made public that the former coach will see his accusers face to face. we have continuing coverage of the scandal on our website. the latest on the accusations and all the late breaking details just ahead. volunteers of honored veterans buried at arlington national cemetery airline tens of thousands of holiday wreaths. truckloads of decorations are arrived at arlington this morning, part of a nationwide tradition that got started 20 years ago. at that point, 5000 wreaths were gathered. this year, 90,000. >> it is important for everybody to be recognized. >> it is a nice time for everyo
in the jerry sandusky child sex abuse case about what a key prosecution witness heard and saw. nbc's jay gray has our report. >> reporter: tonight, explosive new allegations in the penn state child sex abuse scandal, this time from the defense. >> it seems that all of these now young men are following a similar pattern. >> reporter: attorney joe amendola telling nbc news he's ex-moplo- exploring how and how often accusers may have been in contact with each other prior to charges being filed in the case. >> is it possible that all of them reacted the same way to the abuse by staying in touch with jerry and maintaining contact with him. i find it strange and what it smacks of is some kind of collusion. >> reporter: one attorney said, they're trying to raise any sort of doubt and throw up a smoke screen. i can't speak for everyone, but i can speak for my client, victim number four, and to suggest he is colluding is preposterous. there are also new questions tonight about another key witness in the case. penn state assistant coach mike mcqueary said he told investigators he saw sandusky sodomizin
for not doing more after learning of sex abuse charges against his assistant, jerry sandusky. >>> eight of the ten victims who say that sandusky molested him will testify on tuesday. the former coach has maintained his innocence in several interviews since he was charged. sandusky's lawyer says the accusers' claims just don't add up, and he believes the main motivation here could be money. the center county pennsylvania courthouse had to hold a lottery to assign seats for tuesday's hearing. they wanted to avoid a mob scene outside the courthouse. >>> nasa says it is tightening its lending policies, because hundreds of moon rocks have gone missing. more than 800 pounds of lunar rock was collected during the apollo missions. many were given as presidential lifts and loaned to researchers. nasa now lists about 300 samples as missing or stolen. the real number could be much higher. one inspector general's audit found nearly 20% of researchers who found moon samples couldn't account for all of them. check their mantles at home, maybe. that kind of thing happens with rocks. >> funny how that
that assistant coach that claims he first blew the whistle on jerry sandusky, after allegedly seeing sandusky sexually assaulting a young boy. a paper in harrisburg is saying that the coach told a different story at the time to a family friend, saying he didn't actually see what happened in that shower, that he only heard what he thought was going on. >>> the ripple effect from penn state continues. it has prompted two men to step forward with accusations in another case. this time, the amateur athletic union, one of the largest sports organizations in america. our cable partner espn breaking the story, and here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: ralph west says he was 15 when it happened. his memphis basketball team was on a youth league trip in 1983 when he says his coach came into his hotel room and sexually assaulted him. >> i was dead asleep and i don't remember anything but waking up and he had -- trying to put his hands in my boxer shorts. i jumped up straight out of the bed and he's not there but he's laying on the floor next to me. >> reporter: that coach was bobby dodd. he would
how a lot of those kids. it is neat to see. >> it is 5:27. jerry sandusky will face his alleged accusers sooner than he expected. >> and allegations of child abuse against its former president. details straight ahead. >> temperatures in the 20's across the area. the coldest money so far this season. the insta-weather plus forecast when we return. [ mom ] hey guys. guys... [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls with cinnabon cinnamon are an irresistible sunday morning idea. nothing calls them to the table faster. sunday morning ideas made easy. [ younger brother ] oh, do you want it? yeah. ok, we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light... ...buttery and flaky... this is half. that is not half. guys i have more. [ female announcer ] do you have enough crescents? >> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thank you for waking up with us today. >> let's look outside with ava. it is one of the coldest mornings we have had? >> unbelievable. already we're at 24 at b.w.i. and it could get colder as we get toward sunrise. normely our low for the morning starts --
associated with the group. >>> jerry sandusky faces 52 counts. all of his 10 accusers will testify and a judge will determine if there is enough evidence to go to trial. cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom. >>> libya escapes back to back assassination attempts. they shot at a military convoy in tripoli. the commander was not hurt. no one was killed in the first assassination attempt that happened a few hours before the conflict began when they tried to take control of an airport from the renegades. and the military is struggling to impose the authority over the forces that overthrough moammar gadhafi. >> they will not return the downed american drone. they consider flying over the air space a hostile act. if they continue the missions, the intact drone contains stealth technology. they think russia will or china will mind the aircraft for information. >>> they have a plan to fight climate change and every country will take part. that would require all countries to better control green house gases. this will go into effect by 2020 at the latest. right now. industrial countr
investigation. >> george howell, appreciate it. thank you. >>> former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky will have a preliminary hearing on tuesday. there he will be confronted by accusers with harrowing stories of rape and molestation. >>> long-time penn state coach joe paterno lost his job because of the sandusky scandal. now we're learning paterno is back in the hospital with a fractured pelvis. he apparently fell in his home last night. paterno is also undergoing chemotherapy for lung cancer. >>> in los angeles, we're learning a little bit more about friday's shooting rampage in downtown hollywood. >> oh, my god. are you all right? >> this is sunset and vine. it's one of the most well-known intersections in the world. police shot and killed the gunman soon after this video was taken. he's identified as a 26-year-old. his name is tyler breen. the l.a. times reports that his exgirlfriend said that they had recently broken up after four years of dating. she said he recently started taking pharmaceutical drugs and had been very stressed out. this video was shot by christopher jo
. >> george, thank you very much for that. in just three days former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky will face his alleged victims in court for the first time. they are expected to testify at a preliminary hearing on tuesday, detailing their claims that sandusky sexually abused them when they were young. this week sandusky was arrested on 12 new counts of abuse involving two new alleged victims. former coach was released on $250,000 bail. earlier i asked the defense attorney why his bail wasn't set higher? >> the bail is to each individual crime. souts n so it's not as if you can say you're charged with 16 different murders and we'll give you 16 different bails. the number is with the crime charge. >> sandusky is under house arrest and must wear an electronic monitoring defense. >>> he's behind best selling books, movies and a church with 30,000 members. after the break, bishop t.d. jakes and i talk religion, sex scandals and what some call the war on christmas. it's hard for my crew to keep up with 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. 2% cash back. that's setting the
. who's in for ron claiborne. >>> good morning, everyone. with days before former penn state coach jerry sandusky faces his accusers, we learn one contradiction. in one eyewitness contact in his alleged abuse of boys. a pennsylvania newspaper that former graduate assistant mike mcqueary told a family friend a different version of events that he witnessed back in 2002. that he heard sex sounds but didn't see anything sexual. >>> to yet another sex scandal unfolding in the sports world this morning, this one involving one of country's youth sports organization. with an interview of espn, two men accuse the ex president of the aau. now police are investigating. >> reporter: for any parent with a kid playing youth sports, this scandal is hitting like a gut punch. at the time he was 15, says on a team trip to florida he was sexually assaulted by his coach, bobby dodd. >> i was dead asleep. i don't remember anything but waking up. he's trying to put his hand in my boxer shorts. >> reporter: dodd went on the become the president of aau. west kept quiet for decades. but he said that the sex abus
and states can address needs. >>> jerry sandusky goes before the court in a preliminary proceeding he faces 52 counts. the judge will decide if there is enough evidence to take him to trial. >>> wednesday president obama and first lady celebrate the sacrifices and achievements of the troops, members of the armed forces and families it will highlight the milestone of withdrawing u.s. soldiers from iraq this month. >> friday the first lady is santa claus she will deliver toys and gifts to military families marine corps toys for tots has provided the campaign. >>> we will catch up with the man who made it happen, oscar dela hoya is the subject of our boxing last night. >>> well, very cold outside, guess what temperatures dipping into a few days, detail what is you can expect and when, you will have to continue to bundle up back after the break ♪ [ male announcer ] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ♪ ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer
to the space station. >> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky charged with sexual abuse could face some of his accusesors for the first time. he is facing 52 counts of sexually molesting ten boys. he claims he didn't do it. a hearing to determine if that case will go to trial is set for tuesday. six witnesses which could include some of his alleged victims are expected to testify. >> more than 2200 children in san francisco's public schools are homeless. that is a huge increase from just a few years ago and city leaders want to know why. nearly 270 families are on the waiting list ifs shelters in the city. it's the highest number ever. families are waiting more than six months for a room. some homeless families were seeking shelter in the occupy encampments. they're asking city leaders for help right now. the board of supervisors will hold a public hearing on this issue tomorrow. >> we heard about the raids on occupy camps in oakland and san francisco but one major camp remains. we chatted about the berkley occupation. >> you know its groan grown to the 107 tents over there. as the
before former penn state coach jerry sandusky faces his accusers in court. we've learned of a contradiction in one eye many witness account of his alleged abuse of boys. a pennsylvania newspaper says former graduate assistant mike mcqueary told a family friend a different version of events that he witnessed back in 2002, that he heard what he called sex sounds from a shower but that he didn't actually see anything sexual. that is at odds with mcqueary's previous statements about sandusky. >>> to yet another sex scandal unfolding in the sports world this morning, this one involving one of the country's biggest youth sports organizations. an interview with espn two men accuse the ex-president of the aau of sexually assaulting them when they were children. now police are investigating. more from clayton sandell. >> reporter: for any parent with a kid playing youth sports, this scandal is hitting like a gut punch. in 1983 ralph west played on a basketball team run by the amateur athletic union. at the time he was 15 and says on a team trip to florida he was sexually assaulted
of the child sex abuse charges against his assistant jerry sandusky. >> tanker exploding in australia driver unloading fuel at a gas station suddenly the truck ignited driver suffering on his arms and legs. >> a long island man charged with pointing a ha -- a laser at airplanes and a police helicopter sent to investigate. >> heather: the holidays come just once a year. those cyber money -- monday deals are so nice some are doing them twice. cyber monday take two scheduled for tomorrow. after this year's sales saw record numbers many are wondering how low will retailers go? joining us senior business correspondent brenda buttner. thanks for coming back brenda. cyber monday, black friday were by all accounts very successful this year. why do it again? >> there's been a little lull and december been that good, please stop, i can't take this any more. my kids keep saying there's a big sale tomorrow. so there was a lull. consumers have pretty much burned through their money. retailers need more. and they've got to keep going. so they are coming up with all these ideas. like it is not quite christ
scandal, and it shows 52% say paterno deserved to be fired after jerry sandusky was accused of sexually abusing young boys, and 52% have a favorable opinion of paterno. it's time for the big three panel. three topics, three talkers, and today we're looking at the president topping his biggest gop rivals in a new poll. ron paul, getting a lot of praise from his gop rivals. and we are joined by our panel. good morning to the three of you. we will start off with the report card. it's gingrich's turn as the frontrunner. >> i would give him a b. he has been running for congress for many, many years, and debating democrats on the house floor, and going through debates with clinton in the 1990s, and he's a very smart man. say what you want about his politics or the positions he takes, and he is very substantive, and we saw that last night. >> and mitt romney is in the number two spot now, and how did he do? >> it's the first debate where mitt really did not seem like he was on his game in the way that he has previously. there's a hypothesis that gingrich could be for romney in what hilary was
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